TREES & SHRUBS
shade. color. enjoyment.
Trees clean the air, provide shade and shelter wildlife. Whether you are interested in a shade tree for your landscape, a fruit tree, ornamental flowering tree or a sugar maple for fall color, we are your first stop. If everyone planted at least one tree, we could leave a legacy of cleaner air, listen to whispering leaves on summer evenings, shelter birds and enjoy dreaming under a magnificent oak.
Shrubs are similar to trees, as they are woody plants. However, shrubs are usually smaller and have many bark-covered stems instead of one trunk. Shrubs are often used in groups as hedges, or as foundation plants around homes. As a bonus, Many flowering shrubs offer spring blooms, and later, berries that contribute beautiful color and prized by the birds. In addition, choose shrubs that provide colorful, autumn foliage and winter interest, too.
Trees clean the air, provide shade and shelter wildlife. Whether you are interested in a shade tree for your landscape design, a fruit tree, ornamental flowering tree or a sugar maple for fantastic fall color, we are here to offer suggestions.
Choose from shrubs that offer spring flowers, fall foliage or berries and can be used in groupings and foundation plantings.
Smaller understory trees and larger shrubs such as redbuds, hawthorn, dogwood, serviceberries, hydrangeas and rhododendrons appreciate living under the filtered shade of larger trees.
These trees and shrubs aren’t afraid getting too much sun! Look for maples, arborvitae evergreens, apple & cherry trees and shrubs such as Butterfly bush, Burning bush, Potentilla and shrub roses.
Conserve water and time by choosing from this list of trees: Gingko, redbud, dwarf Alberta spruce, shagbark hickory or lilacs, forsythia, boxwood or viburnum shrubs.
Enjoy more flowers in spring with these spring blooming trees: Crabapples, redbuds, magnolias, and shrubs such as forsythia, azaleas, viburnum, lilacs & more.
These elegant trees look beautiful in any landscape. The delicate leaves are available in green to burgundy-red and variegated, too… a perfect tree for small gardens and fall color.
An excellent evergreen shrub for our area! Group slow-growing boxwood as a hedge, a single topiary or specimen plant in containers. It’s tidy when pruned or allow foliage to grow naturally.
These common evergreens are ideal as a privacy screen instead of a fence… some varieties can grow up to 50 feet tall. They’re sun-lovers, but sensitive to salt in winter.
We love those elegant and extravagant flowers! We stock many different types of hydrangeas: Big Leaf, Panicle, Oakleaf, Smooth (Annabelles) and Climbing hydrangeas.
Many classic & new varieties of roses are currently available in soft or vibrant colors, sweet or spicy fragrances, and in many sizes: Shrub, Climber, Tea, and low maintenance Knockout roses.